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    2010-08-11 08:38:03     CRIENGLISH.com
Broadcasting Time: 14:00-17:00, 2010-08-10


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[Metro & Sports]

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[Real China] Low-Carbon Ships Popular in Zhejiang Province

Energy conservation and carbon emissions reduction have become a challenge for many countries.

In China, the government is encouraging people to live low-carbon lives.

In a county in east China's Zhejiang Province, the use of low-carbon ships is gathering steam among local residents who live off delivering goods by ship.

[Showbiz News]

  • Oscar-winning US actress Patricia Neal has died aged of 84 from lung cancer.
  • Feng Xiaogang's latest film "Aftershock" has taken just two weeks to become the most profitable Chinese-language film ever.
  • Ex-Liberian President Charles Taylor gave Naomi Campbell diamonds after a 1997 dinner in South Africa, the supermodel's former agent Carole White has told Mr Taylor's war-crimes trial.
  • Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi has been named image ambassador by the China Red Ribbon Foundation, an organization working to prevent HIV/AIDS, Sina.com.cn reports.

[Cultural Voyage] Q&A: Vanuatu PM speaks highly of Vanuatu-China relations and Chinese cities

The 41st Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting concluded last week in Port Vila, Vanuatu. Over the weekend, our Australia correspondent Chen Feng had an exclusive interview with the Forum Chair, Vanuatu Prime Minister Edward Natapei on issues relating to the Forum. While during the interview, the Vanuatu Prime Minister also spoke highly of Vanuatu-China relations and the Chinese cities he has visited.

[Movie Zone] The Underdog Knight

A kung fu comedy drama called "Underdog Knight".

[Strange News]

  • A woman in Atlanta, Georgia said she used her feet and toes to type out a help message on her laptop after being tied by her hands to the headboard of her bed by a burglar.
  • A woman in Taiwan has taken a sizeable bite out of the island's mosquito population, and won a $3,000 cash prize, by catching around 4 million of the bloodsuckers in just one month.
  • A rare zebra/donkey hybrid foal has become the star attraction at a US wildlife park.
  • More than 50 people participated in rescuing a trapped motorcyclist by lifting up a city bus in Lanzhou, Gansu Province.

[Flexible Segment] Wen Yi: Cooking with Joy

If you were to mention the name Wen Yi to anyone who loves cooking in China, they would probably get very excited. She has many titles: cook of beauty, food photographer, and author of best-selling cooking books. With a warm smile on her face, she always says that cooking is as important as her lover.

How did she come to be so talented with food? What makes her different from other cooks?

[Chinese Music Chart] 

August is a busy month for the Chinese music scene. Gigi Leung and Leo Ku have both released their new albums and Leehom Wong will bring us his new album "18 Martial Arts" in just two days.



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